Science & Environment
Two Q&As explored renewable energy policy of China and the U.S.
Joan's story about Julie Cajune, a Salish Indian educator, brought Cajune to the attention of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation; in early 2010 she received a $1.4 million grant to continue bringing her work in American Indian history and culture to a mass audience. She also was named by Utne magazine as one of 50 visionaries changing our world.
Society of Environmental Journalists
"Divining the Secret of Deformed Roadkill" was listed as recommended reading in the Idea of the Day blog of The New York Times in 2009 and a story on climate change scientists was cited in the Opinionator.
Fellow Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting Seminar April 2010.